Koemon

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Attack Techniques[edit]

Name Kanji/Kana Romanization Dub Description
Baby Sling [5] ベビースリング Bebī Suringu Swing Swing[1]/Big Sling[2]/Baby Sling[5] Fires a metal ball or other projectile from its slingshot with perfect accuracy.
Mischievous Hoop [5] ミスチバスフープ Misuchibasu Hūpu Amazing Ring[2]/Mischievous Hoop[5] Trips the enemy with a throwing wheel that entangles their leg.

Evolution[edit]

Evolves From[edit]

Evolves To[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Anime[edit]

Digimon Adventure:[edit]

In "The Gold Wolf of the Crescent Moon", a Koemon is part of a group of refugee Digimon whose villages had been destroyed by Zanbamon.

Koemon in Digimon Adventure:.

Digimon Ghost Game[edit]

Koemon inhabits the beachside Nagomi Resort, where it is spoken of in rumors as a zashiki-warashi whose favorite toy is a temari that belongs to an elderly hostess whom it calls "Granny" 「ばーば Bāba」. At night, it tries to find people to play with, and it throws the temari to anybody it comes across and invites them to play, but almost nobody can see it. It leaves bruises on those who it touches, and they are also left unable to sleep.

In "Zashiki-Warashi", Amanokawa Hiro, Tsukiyono Ruli, and Higashimitarai Kiyoshiro visit the Nagomi Resort and begin investigating the zashiki-warashi rumors and witness several appearances, including one in which it steals Kiyoshiro's underwear while he is bathing. In order to bait it out, Ruli plays with the temari, and while Koemon is initially curious, it turns violent once it realizes that Ruli is not "Granny". Hiro reaches out to it, and it calms down and explains that it misses "Granny", the only person who could previously see it. They had become friends and had played with the temari together and watched fireworks shows together, but she suddenly disappeared. It admits that it had simply been trying to get attention in "Granny's" absence.

To cheer Koemon up, Betel Gammamon and Jellymon put on a makeshift fireworks show of their own using their Sorshot and Bibi Thunder techniques, together with Koemon's Mischievous Hoop. It fully materializes and, at Hiro's suggestion, decides to go on a journey to meet other Digimon. Ruli shares with it a letter from "Granny" that she found under the temari, which reveals that she had simply gone to see her son and regretted not saying her goodbyes to Koemon. As it leaves, it returns Kiyoshiro's underwear.

Koemon in Digimon Ghost Game.

Individual Appearances[edit]

Digimon Adventure:

Digimon Ghost Game

Manga[edit]

Digimon Xros Wars[edit]

Digimon Dreamers[edit]

In "Asunaro Meat", Koemon, carried by two Pico Devimon, meets with Orgemon and tells them that the Asunaro Meat has been completed.

Video Games[edit]

Digimon World 3[edit]

Koemon is a starter Digimon who is available in the Powerful Pack alongside Agumon and Renamon. If the player did not pick the Powerful Pack, they may obtain Koemon later in the game by defeating Assaultmon at Card Island, then giving the Koemon DDNA that it drops to DRI Agent Yang in the Infinity Desert.

It also appears as a card for Card Battles.

Digimon World 3 Koemon stat data
Koemon's base stats
HP 140 (75) MP 80 (45)
Strength 40 (2) Defense 42 (4) Spirit 26 (2) Wisdom 37 (3) Speed 55 (5) Charisma 1 (3)
Koemon's base resistances
Fire 100 (3) Water 60 (1) Ice 115 (4) Wind 80 (2) Thunder 80 (2) Machine 130 (5)
Dark 115 (4) Poison 10 Paralyze 30 Confuse 20 Sleep 40 Inst. KO 50
Koemon's technique learnset
Technique MP Effect Learn at Load at
Baby Sling
(ベビースリング;
Dub: Swing Swing)
20 80 Power / 100 Accuracy / Physical / No Element / Increased critical hit damage LV1 N/A
Koemon's evolution unlock criteria
Digimon Requirements
Dinohumon Optional evolution
Metal Greymon skill level is 20 or higher; Strength is 250 or higher
Hookmon Natural evolution
Level is 5 or higher
Gryzmon Optional evolution
Growmon skill level is 20 or higher; Defense is 460 or higher
Greymon Optional evolution
Cannondramon skill level is 10 or higher
XV-mon Optional evolution
Hookmon skill level is 20 or higher
Growmon Optional evolution
Kyukimon skill level is 20 or higher; Speed is 320 or higher
Kyubimon Optional evolution
Angewomon skill level is 10 or higher; Spirit is 200 or higher
Angemon Optional evolution
Assaultmon skill level is 40 or higher; Wind is 120 or higher
Devimon Optional evolution
Skull Greymon skill level is 20 or higher; Spirit is 300 or higher
Stingmon Optional evolution
Metal Greymon skill level is 30 or higher; Thunder is 200 or higher
Kabuterimon Optional evolution
Stingmon skill level is 50 or higher
Kyukimon Optional evolution
Dinohumon skill level is 50 or higher
Assaultmon Natural evolution
Level is 20 or higher
Grappu Leomon Optional evolution
Gryzmon skill level is 50 or higher
Metal Greymon Optional evolution
Greymon skill level is 40 or higher
Skull Greymon Optional evolution
Greymon skill level is 50 or higher; Dark is 300 or higher
Paildramon Optional evolution
XV-mon skill level is 5 or higher; Stingmon skill level is 5 or higher
Megalo Growmon Optional evolution
Growmon skill level is 50 or higher
Taomon Optional evolution
Kyubimon skill level is 40 or higher
Holy Angemon Optional evolution
Angemon skill level is 50 or higher
Vamdemon Optional evolution
Devimon skill level is 50 or higher
Metal Mamemon Optional evolution
Assaultmon skill level is 20 or higher; Machine is 180 or higher
Digitamamon Optional evolution
Assaultmon skill level is 30 or higher; Strength is 160 or higher
Angewomon Optional evolution
Holy Angemon skill level is 30 or higher; Water is 110 or higher
Slash Angemon Optional evolution
Kyukimon skill level is 99 or higher
Cannondramon Natural evolution
Level is 40 or higher
Marsmon Optional evolution
Grappu Leomon skill level is 99 or higher
War Greymon Optional evolution
Metal Greymon skill level is 99 or higher
Imperialdramon Optional evolution
Paildramon skill level is 50 or higher
Dukemon Optional evolution
Megalo Growmon skill level is 99 or higher
Sakuyamon Optional evolution
Taomon skill level is 99 or higher
Seraphimon Optional evolution
Holy Angemon skill level is 99 or higher
Metal Garurumon Optional evolution
Metal Mamemon skill level is 40 or higher; Machine is 240 or higher
Rosemon Optional evolution
Angewomon skill level is 40 or higher
Black War Greymon Optional evolution
Skull Greymon skill level is 99 or higher
Imperialdramon FM Optional evolution
Imperialdramon skill level is 99 or higher
Belial Vamdemon Optional evolution
Vamdemon skill level is 99 or higher
Saint Galgomon Optional evolution
Metal Garurumon skill level is 99 or higher
Gran Kuwagamon Optional evolution
Imperialdramon skill level is 40 or higher; Kabuterimon skill level is 40 or higher
Hououmon Optional evolution
Rosemon skill level is 99 or higher
Omegamon Optional evolution
War Greymon skill level is 40 or higher; Metal Garurumon skill level is 40 or higher
Imperialdramon PM Optional evolution
Imperialdramon FM skill level is 40 or higher; Omegamon skill level is 40 or higher
Beelzebumon Optional evolution
Belial Vamdemon skill level is 40 or higher; Dukemon skill level is 40 or higher
Diablomon Optional evolution
Gran Kuwagamon skill level is 99 or higher; Black War Greymon skill level is 99 or higher


Koemon card dw3.png Koemon
(コエモン Koemon;
Dub: Monmon)
AT: 5 PT: 5
Color: Blue S-Energy Cost: 0
Source(s): Booster Lapis

Digimon Story[edit]

Koemon appears as an NPC in Packet Swamp during Impmon's Onegai Quest 33. It requests that the player obtain 150% scan data for Blossomon in exchange for its slingshot, which the player is to give to Impmon to complete the quest.

Koemon is not obtainable and cannot be evolved from any Digimon.

Digimon Story: Sunburst & Moonlight[edit]

Koemon appears as an NPC at the Coliseum Access Counter. It gives tutorials on using the Coliseum's multiplayer functionality.

Koemon is not obtainable and cannot be evolved from any Digimon.

Digimon Life[edit]

Digimon Collectors[edit]

Digimon Crusader[edit]

Digimon Fortune[edit]

Digimon Soul Chaser[edit]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory[edit]

Koemon is available as a Digimon Medal.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth[edit]

Koemon is available as a Digimon Medal in the Japanese PS4/Switch versions, and the western Switch/PC versions.

Virtual Pets[edit]

D-Scanner 3.0[edit]

D-Spirit[edit]

DigiWindow[edit]

Vital Bracelet BE[edit]

TCG[edit]

Hyper Colosseum

St-896
Bo-706
Bo-808

Digimon Card Game


Image Gallery[edit]

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Digimon Collectors
(Card)
Digimon Collectors
(EX Card)
Digimon Collectors
(Summon Night EX Card)
Digimon Crusader
(Card)
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Entry for the 3rd Digimon Illustration Contest by Yamada Noriko (used on St-896) Illustration for the Digimon Web Official Twitter Illustration for the Digimon Web Official Twitter

Virtual Pets[edit]

Koemon vpet dscan.gif Koemon vpet spirit.gif Koemon vpet dw.gif Koemon vpet vb.png
D-Scanner D-Spirit DigiWindow Vital Bracelet BE

Additional Information[edit]

References Notes